These recommendations for curriculum publishers come from the direct experience of the homeschooling families that work with The Academic Link. Please feel free to ask any of our teachers about their experience with the different systems recommended here.
BJU Press Homeschool: BJU is a Christian University in Greenville, Carolina. They publish curriculum widely used by private Christian schools across the world. www.bjupresshomeschool.com
Math U See: A concept based math publisher of mathematics books from pre-primer to calculus. This curriculum teaches math to the understanding while strengthening fluency and math facts. Each levdel comes with a DVD with short lessons being taught by the developer. www.mathusee.com
Singapore Math: A math curriculum that serves advanced math students very well. It is also appropriate for the young elementary student, kindergarten or first grade, who can begin learning math the “Singapore” way. This curriculum has been adopted by leading school districts around the country. www.singaporemath.com
Teaching Textbook: This is a traditional math curriculum that provides a unique delivery system for students. All grade levels and upper math levels receive a substantial textbook, a test book, and a DVD library and software that can make the entire instruction, grading, and recordkeeping very convenient and easy. www.teachingtextbook.com
Pearson Homeschool: Pearson is a secular curriculum that puts typical public school books in home educated students’ homes. It is relatively inexpensive and parents can buy the kit or individual components. www.pearsonhomeschool.com